#BESMove2023: Animal and human movements and their interactions
The Movement Ecology Special Interest Group’s Annual Meeting will move to St Andrews this year, under the theme of animal and human movements and their interactions.
With a series of plenaries, invited and contributed talks, highlight topics talks, posters, and social events, the Movement SIG wants to bring together researchers, practicioners and students interested in quantifying and understanding animal or human movements and their interactions.
“Delegates can attend with or without a contributed talk or poster and the event aims to give an opportunity to discover the latest developments in the field, establish new contacts and discuss new ideas. Many exciting projects, papers, special features and successful grant applications were first started during our previous events, so do not miss this one!” – Movement Ecology SIG
Professor Tao Cheng, University College London, UK
Dr Marlee Tucker, University of Radboud, Netherlands
Dr Eneko Arrondo, Miguel Hernández University of Elche, Spain
Professor Sascha Hooker FRSE, University of St Andrews, UK
Dr Urska Demsar, School of Geography, University of St Andrews, UK
Professor Christian Rutz, School of Biology, University of St Andrews
Abstract submission is now closed.
Registration is now closed.
If you’re an event delegate, more information on the event is available on Eventbrite.
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